3 Week Diet Review
Ol’ Brian Flatt has created a diet product called the 3 Week Diet that claims to be a “foolproof, science-based diet” that’ll help you to melt 12 to 23 pounds of stubborn body fat within 21 days.
In this review, I’m going to show you the reasons why you shouldn’t waste your money and time with this over-complicated weight loss product full of fluffed-up free information.
Just So You Know, I’m Not An Affiliate For The 3 Week Diet
Like, obviously I’m not an affiliate for it. How stupid would I be if I recommended a product to you that I’m about to completely decimate. “Hey guys, this product is complete B.S but you should buy it anyway so I can get a commission!”
We’ll have none of that crap here.
I’m just a handsome bloke with a background in the health/fitness/weight loss industry. My job is to review products so that you can avoid the crappy expensive products that offer little value, and choose the affordable products that help you to lose weight and improve the quality of your health and life.
3 Week Diet Review Summary
If you want the yes-or-no verdict, my advice is for you not to buy this product. The 3 Week Diet is filled with information that you could easily find on the internet for free. To make things even worse, the information is extremely overcomplicated; the majority of this product could easily be summed up in 20 pages or less, but instead it’s 115 pages of fluffed information with a bunch of annoying upsells throughout the book.
The Claims That Brian Has Made Are Pretty B.S
Smack bang on the front page, you’ll find in big bold letters of the 3 Week Diet, “A Foolproof, Science-Based Diet Guaranteed to Melt Away 12 to 23 Pounds of Stubborn Body Fat In Just 21 Days”.
Every single fricken time I see claims like these, I just wanna puke.
First off, to claim that you can lose 12 to 23 pounds of pure body fat within 3 weeks is pretty B.S to me, regardless of how much you weigh. I mean really, 3 weeks? Does it take 3 weeks to gain 12 to 23 pounds of pure body fat? Hell no. Now perhaps you could lose 12 to 23 pounds of a combination of things including fat, water weight, glycogen, and a bit of muscle. But to claim that you can lose THAT amount of body fat in such a short period of time is complete garbage.
And secondly, the majority of these weight loss diets that claim to give you fast results in such a short period of time are full of crap. That’s the EXACT reason why most people fail when it comes to weight loss; because they’re looking for instant results. They may start the diet, but then after approximately 3 weeks of adhering to it, they realize how hard it is and fall back to their old ways.
So, to be clear, I’m pretty sure it’s next to impossible to lose such a large amount of pure body fat within such a short time span – and even if this diet COULD achieve that, to do so would require strict adherence to the diet and exercise program with no slip-ups at all; something that’s extremely hard for most people to do.
The Upsells In This Product Are Ridiculous
To be honest, the upsells would be fine if there were only a few that actually benefited the reader. Two or three throughout the whole product would be enough. But in this case, ol’ Brain Flatt wanted to go the extra mile and upsell approximately four different products. These products range from Greens Supplements all the way to Diary Logs for you to write in. The upsells just scream the feeling of, “Buy these now so I can make a commission!”
There are about 8 pages of this product that are solely dedicated to upsells – talk about $47.00 worth of value! 😉
And if that wasn’t good enough, he even went the extra mile to recommend his favorite Nicotine Gum to you! What a kind guy. Because everybody knows that Nicotine Gum is crucial to every weight loss diet, right?
I’m sorry. I just love sarcasm.
Ultimately, the upsells just add extra fluff to the product. A few upsells here and there would be fine, but really Brian? A whole 8 pages of upsells? C’mon man! The upsells gave me the feeling that he’s just here for an extra buck or two and not to help you out with your weight loss journey.
The 3 Week Diet Contains A Bunch Of Free Weight Loss Information
The majority of the information in this book is definitely stuff that you could find for free online. I’d estimate that 70% or more of the product is filled with overcomplicated fluff that could have been simplified to around about 20 pages. Topics such as eating healthier food, intermittent fasting, drinking 8-10 glasses of water per day, exercising with both cardio and resistance training etc. The information is free and available at your fingertips, you’ve just gotta do a quick searches online and you’re good to go, or register for our 100% free training.
But to make matters worst, he’s complicated the product to the max by creating a 115 page product that teaches you the major weight loss principles, but in a way that adds an extra 80 pages to the product so it looks more valuable.
The bottom line is that it shouldn’t take someone 115 pages to educate you on the core weight loss principles, especially for information that you can find free on the internet.
And like I said, there’s a bunch of added fluff that you don’t even need to know if you’re wanting to lose weight. For example, take a look at this bad boy.
One minute I’m reading about exercising in a fasted state and how it can accelerate the fat loss process, and next minute I’m reading about all of these fancy shmancy scientific names of things that I haven’t even heard of. Things like Adrenergic Receptors, Alpha-1 and Alpha-2 Receptors, Catecholamines, Adipose Tissue; how the heck does including all of this overcomplicated scientific information help you to achieve weight loss?!
Seriously, Brian Flatt? Do you really think that people who’re wanting to lose weight need to educate themselves with all this scientific jargon?
3 Week Diet Final Rating: C-
To summarize everything, the 3 Week Diet is an overpriced weight loss product that contains information you could easily find for free on the internet. It’s also jam-packed with a bunch of fluff information that you don’t even need to know about if you’re wanting to lose weight. And to add the cherry on top, Mr. Brain Flatt has added a bunch of upsells ranging from a Greens Powder supplement to Nicotine Gum.
Please, for the both of us, don’t waste your time and money on this product.
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